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  Reply # 560425 21-Dec-2011 20:45
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I have been advised by Samsung that it was held up and is due in January. I think they have the same issue in Australia as I've heard people over there are frustrated with the wait too.




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  Reply # 560632 22-Dec-2011 11:21
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Cheers Paul.

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  Reply # 560641 22-Dec-2011 11:40
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Just came out of a Vodafone store and this particular store in Auckland has recieved the dummy display unit. Feels very good in the hand. He also mentioned late January launch and checked the internal Vodafone website which stated the price at $799.




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  Reply # 560688 22-Dec-2011 13:12
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$799 is a bit rich when expansys and the like have it for $700.

I imagine that's list and you can flutter your eyebrows if you're on a contract.

 

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  Reply # 569886 17-Jan-2012 13:31
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Samsung Omnia W is now available via Vodafone NZ.

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/shop/mobileDetails.jsp?skuId=sku14250178




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  Reply # 572853 24-Jan-2012 17:05
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Was just coming here to post that the Omnia W is available. 799 is mental! hopefully I can use my 2 $200 vouchers together on it.
-Jeff 

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  Reply # 572860 24-Jan-2012 17:20
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Nice, phone - and I think a fair price. It's coming in at $100 less than HTC Trophy was launched at and it's a well spec'd phone with a really nice Super AMOLED display.




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  Reply # 573098 25-Jan-2012 10:14
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That you can parallel import for NZ$580, making Voda's premium a cool $120.

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